Case Studies

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Superabsorbent Spill Capture

Moisture and/or spill management is a challenge faced when transporting a wide range of goods. This can be as a result of actual product leakage or in many cases the build up of condensation as goods pass through different temperatures en-route to their final destination. Without some form of absorbent, damage caused by such liquid …

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PPM Polishing Filtration Fabrics

We have been selling into the filtration sector for water removal application for a number of years. A company operating in this sector required a superabsorbent fabric for the removal of free water down to very low ppm levels from oils. The product in which the fabric – or filter media as it is referred …

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Shark racing helmet

Racing ahead with SAF fabrics

One of the world’s leading helmet manufacturers has found a novel use for one of our superabsorbent fabrics. French brand SHARK has integrated a strip of one of Airlaid fabrics inside the helmets worn by its riders on the MotoGP circuit, to absorb the sweat so that it doesn’t impair their vision. Founded by former …

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Absorbent Fabrics for Burn Bandages

SAF is widely used as a superabsorbent within the wound care market due to its ability to capture and retain exudates. Further to this involvement within the medical arena, we gained interest from a customer who wanted to explore our absorbent fabric technology for use within a product designed for burns injuries. In this instance, …

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